Abi Titmuss and The Naked Truth
ABI Titmuss will be hoping to show she's more than just a pretty face in a play about pole dancing in St Albans this weekend. For the former nurse, model, lads mag favourite, TV personality and now actress will be appearing in The Naked Truth. Producers
ABI Titmuss will be hoping to show she's more than just a pretty face in a play about pole dancing in St Albans this weekend.
For the former nurse, model, lads' mag favourite, TV personality and now actress will be appearing in The Naked Truth.
Producers described it as "a show for women, about women that men absolutely must see"!
The production, featuring a celebrity cast, is on at The Alban Arena on Saturday and Sunday.
Tailor-made for women, the comedy play by Dave Simpson is currently on its fourth UK tour.
Set in a pole dancing class, the play, produced by Theatre Productions, is about sisterhood.
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Lisa Riley (Emmerdale and Fat Friends) leads the all-star cast from stage and screen, including Trudie Goodwin (The Bill), Julie Buckfield (Hollyoaks) and Celebrity Love Island contestant Abi Titmuss.
The very different women struggle to conquer pole dancing for an event to raise awareness and money for a breast cancer charity.
As their stories unfold and unravel, they share laughter and tears.
On Saturday the show starts at 8pm, and on Sunday the show starts at 7.30pm.
Tickets are from �16.